Two-year-old Barney is a Black Lab and Basset Hound crossbreed known as a Basador. A friendly and amiable guy, he can get along well with children and other dogs, but could be a bit rambunctious for families with toddlers. Being born with strong hunting instincts, it’s wise to exercise caution with Barney around cats. He is a quick learner, but also a bit stubborn. Keep training sessions short and fun, just like he is! Barney will enjoy nice walks or active playtime each day and, of course, a lot of love and attention. He’s ready for a family and home where he can live out his life being all that he can be — fun
Unlike in humans, redheads are pretty common in the cat world. 5-month-old Rusty is a stereotypical marbled orange and white tabby teenager. This cat is a one-man band of entertainment. One minute he’ll be playing with a toy or jumping like a grasshopper, and the next he’ll be cuddled around your neck wanting to give kisses. Exuberantly playful now, staying true to his orange tabby genetics, he’ll be more a big softy and laid back to the point of laziness. Rest assured that no matter what, this charming ginger tabby will provide you with a lifetime of love and affection.
To see these and other available dogs and cats for adoption, visit the Greenwood County Animal Shelter at 235 Wilbanks Circle, Monday through Saturday, 10a to 5p.